The hotel facilities are some of the best in Switzerland, spanning an authentically Cuban-style cigar lounge and Michelin-starred restaurants. The hotel’s Six Senses spa, a whopping 21,500 square feet, contains an 80-foot-long lap pool, and there’s an immaculately landscaped garden, designed by French garden designer Jean Mus, that brims with alpine plants and corresponding fragrances in the summer.
Rooms: 56 rooms and suites. From $600.
Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: noon.
Dining options: Michelin-starred chef Marcus G. Lindner oversees the cuisine, which ranges from imaginative Japanese at MEGU, gourmet dishes at Sommet, and a traditional Swiss menu at Stübli.
Spa and gym details: The plush Six Senses Spa, inspired by Asian and Alpine traditions, offers indoor and outdoor pools, two Jacuzzis, a yoga studio, a fitness center, juice bar, and children’s play and swim area. The 12 treatment rooms include a flotation room, hammam and colonic hydrotherapy room plus five multi-purpose rooms for individual treatments (including one for couples).
Our favorite rooms: The Panorama Suite, a three-bedroom duplex apartment on thefifth and sixth floors, is the pinnacle of luxury. Featuring superior views of the surrounding mountains and village below, it comes with its own spa (with hot tub, fitness, and massage areas), a grand fireplace, and a large freestanding bath in the main bedroom. If the $12,000–$21,000 per night price tag (depending on the season) is too much, consider one of the 5th-floor Junior or Deluxe suites.
A different experience: Looking for the ultimate retreat?Request a Silent Stay, and you’ll receive a Silent Pin and a notebook upon arrival. By wearing the pin, staff and other guests are made aware that you do not want to communicate verbally, so you can really disconnect from the world and reconnect with your inner self.